Not a standalone attraction but it is very different. There are several different types of bottles used so not only beer bottles, they have used energy drinks like M150 and electrolytes also. An imaginative design and creativity shines through especially if you look at the roofs and walk ways. Even the abundant amount of toilets have the bottled theme which...
Main reason we went. Is my wife and I met on a FB page for Si Saket. She posted a picture of this Temple and it started a conversation that led to a wedding. So we brought the whole family. More then just the temple is built from recycled beer bottles. Starting to fall into a lil of disrepair. But...
It is one of a landmark of sisaket when i tried to googling before i go to sisaket. It's cool to see human creativenss to reused the bottle since so many beer bottle in thailand because they like to drink.
Just the architecrural interest me, doesn't have any special more than that
If travelling here from the west (Buriram, Surin, etc), Wat Larn Kuat (Wat 1,000,000 bottles) is on the way to Khao Phra Viharn with a slight detour. It is well worth detouring!
Pictures of the place don’t so it justice, it’s very ingenious (clever industrious monks).
All of the Wat’s buildings have been built using various types of bottles.